Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Seventy-five Thousand Ebooks Sold and Counting!!!

It's Leap Day and I'm leaping for joy!!! Doing a Happy Dance!!! Singing in my heart!!!

I've reached the awesome milestone of selling 75,000 ebooks!!! (Actually, it's closer to 77,000.) That's across all channels with fifteen titles. It's hard to believe. I'm in awe!!!

I'd like to thank the Academy . . . No, really. I'd like to thank all of my wonderful readers for taking a chance on my stories. Many of you have sent me emails telling me how much you've enjoyed reading my books. Each letter warms my heart and gives me motivation to keep writing and sharing my "cute little romances."

Last February, I reached the milestone of selling 1000 ebooks. I remember my astonishment and awe. You can read about it here. I wanted to shout from the rooftops. It was truly a writerly moment to treasure.

Selling 75,000 is that much better. Wow! Just WOW!!!

What a year it's been! I finished putting up my backlist and wrote a Regency novella and four short stories. By the end of the year, I had the fifteen titles live. I revamped all my covers and sales have been steady ever since.

I'm hard at work tweaking the next Damsels in Breeches Regency novella, which I hope will go live on St. Patrick's Day. Then it's back to work on my next Diamondback Ranch novel. Everyone is dying for Tyler McCade's story. So am I. *grin*

It's a great time to be a writer!!!

Happy Writing and Reading!!!

Anne Marie   :)

Saturday, February 04, 2012

More New Covers

Here is the last batch of my new and revamped covers. I particularly like the way they all visually hook together. Now, there's an Anne Marie Novark book brand.

Adam's Temptation is the only contemporary book of mine not set in Texas. The Florida location and the lighthouse was fun to write. Of course, the characters are fun, too.

The two revamped covers for my Return to Stone Creek series are eye-catching. Her Reluctant Rancher got a complete face-lift. Much sexier than the windmill on the original edition, IMO.

I used the same photo image for Tall Dark and Texan. The fonts were changed and rearranged to make the cover more consistent with the rest of my books.

 Last but certainly not least, Texan Undercover kept the same gorgeous Jimmy Thomas photo. The fonts were changed and also rearranged to give it an Anne Marie Novark kind of look.

All in all, I'm very pleased with the results. From here on in, my book covers will have the same look.

Happy Reading!!!

AM   :)